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go long. >> thanks for watching. "studio b" starts right now. >> i'm in for shep and this is "studio b." a judgment day for the convicted kidnapper who starved and beat his victims for ten agonizing years. but ariel castro telling the court he is not really a monster. his jaw-dropping statement in which he blamed his addiction, blamed the fbi, blamed just about everybody except himself. plus, the nsa leaker and fugitive ed snowden walking free in russia, after more than a month holds up in an airport there. now some u.s. lawmakeres are calling roche's move, quote, a slap in the face. >> we are awaiting a bombshell that could rock major league baseball. officials set to hand down punishment in the steroid scandal and it could be big trouble for a-rod, the highest paid player in the history of
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the game, all of that straight ahead unless breaking news changes everything. first from fox at 3:00. there was harmony in the house where he held three women captive in chains for more than a decade, and the sex he had with them was mostly consentual. those incredible claims from ariel castro in court today as he faced one of the three survivors of his abuse who told him his time in hell is just beginning. all of that before big sentenced to life in prison no life of parole. and today relatives of the victims telling the court how those women are greg stronger each day, and then the third survivor, michelle knight, speaking for herself, telling a rivetted courtroom, and ariel castro, how she thought she would never see her young son again after her kidnapping more than ten years ago.
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>> and i would like to tell you -- i am getting stronger every day. i wondered if i would ever see him again. he was only two and a half years old when i was taken. ariel castro, i remember all the times when you came home talking about what everybody else did wrong and were doing the same thing. you said, at least i didn't kell you. you took 11 years of my life away. and i have got it back. i spent 11 years in hell. your hell is just beginning. i will overcome all of this that happened, but you will face hell for eternity. writing this statement gave me the strength to be a stronger woman and know that there's
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courage, there's more good than evil. i know that there is -- but we need to reach out our hands and hold them, and let them know that -- after after after 11 yem finally being heard and it's liberating. >> how. and there are signs that life is slowly getting back to normal for these women. last week, amanda berry showing up about a concert by the rapper nelly, who invited her on stage. a sharp contrast from the years they endured at captives in ariel castro0s home, and prosecutors say he beat and starved miss knight until she miscarried, and an fbi called the home a surreal experience and this picture right here shows the back side of the front
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door. rigged with alarm clocks. the investigators say this photo shows the room where amanda berry spent most of her time and you can see a small hole near the bottom of the hole. the agents said castro cut the hole to ventilate the room because he beard up the womens. the women kept diaries, adding the entries speak of forced sexual conduct, of being locked in a dark room, of anticipating the next session of abuse. the prosecution said that whenever the women went out in public, castro would force them to wear motorcycle helmets or wigs to hide their identities. this afternoon, after the survivors had their said, the judge let castro speak, and it was a bizarre few minutes to say the least as castro talked and talked and talked. the former school bus driver, delivering a rambling 15-minute long speech. he did apologize but he claimed he was not a violent person.
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>> i'm not a violent person. i have an addiction. i know that --
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>> well, he better pray because the court decided he will not see a day of freedom ever again. and as part of his plea deal, he even agreed to 1,000 extra years in prison on top of this life sentence. cleveland police say they received this hand written note from michelle note, thanking them for collecting the gifts and card people sent. she said, life is tough but i'm tougher. just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, she became a butterfly. thanks. god bless you. michelle knight. >> we're live at the courthouse. garrett, talk to us about the emotions, what was going on inside the courtroom today. >> it was absolutely remarkable to see michelle knight in the courtroom. the courage and strength it took for her to be there to face the man who kidnapped her, held her captive for 11 years, forced her
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to have five miscarriages, just astounding. throughout the hearing it was very emotional, as you can see, even during he testimony she was sobbing at times, and she was listening, though, very intently, as the judge read through the 937 charges ariel castro was facing, and as the judge read through charge after charge for 40 minutes, michelle knight was there smiling. gina dejesus' cousin read a statement on her behalf. turning to castro as she finished saying in spanish, me a god have mercy on your soul. the 53-year-old former school bus driver showed little, if any, remorse for his horrific crime and was grinning throughout part of the proceedings even. >> unbelievable. what do we know more about these women and how hair nothing we saw michelle knight today, and just an unbelievable display of strength. what about the other two?
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>> as their families mentioned they're back home, gina dejesus' family said she is swimming, playing games, smiling, laughing and that's how all of the girls families are describing them. they're continuing that transition to life outside of captivity, which is the only life they've known for 10 and 11 years. the prosecutors today describing they were treated like animals, held aspirinners of war. one of the experts described, remarkably well,they have mentally, emotionally, they still have a long way to go. take a listen. >> the damage that was done does not go away. they have lives and this is not trivial. >> as you hear michelle knight say in her statement she is going to do this, she will have her life back. meanwhile, ariel castro will not. the rest of his natural life will be spent in prison.
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>> joining us now in the studio, criminal defense attorney heather hansen. this man blaming one of his victims. one of the most disgusting things in a courtroom. >> he has the right to give mitt ghaithing factors, to say i'm sick. to say i care for my daughter. he has that right. when he started crossing into blaming the victims and just about everybody else, it started to get to the point where he was being away from the mitigating factors and into placing blame which is not appropriate. >> would it have been appropriate for the judge to step in and say, you're veering off here. >> had it gone much further i anticipate he probably would have. he reined him in i'm sure his attorneys told him to get up there, apologize, say he was sick, and to leave it at. that, but only so much you can do when they're on the stand. >> lat of white house follow big cases have heard victim impact statements in the past. i cannot recall one as powerful as michelle knight's. >> she is a testament to the
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human spirit. from day one, she has -- she doesn't have the same family support the other two have, and yet she has been -- the note she wrote for the police where she said life is tough but i'm tougher. her statement today. she was shown what people can bounce back from. and the great here is in not having a trial and allowing him to plea, she is going to be able to put this behind her. there's no need for testimony and a trial. >> is that why you think the prosecutors were willing to make the deal for him to spare the victims having to go through the trial, because in my mind, he faced the death penalty if he doesn't qualify to be but to death, i don't know why you have a death penalty. >> he only faced the death penalty because of the death of the babies michelle was allegedly carrying. that would have been a really difficult case to prove. they would have had to prove the babies were viable, et cetera, et cetera, so to press to the charges charges and then put him in a pacing where he has to plea, it was a beautiful move by the
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prosecutor. >> tell me there's a lesson to be learned by this? i cannot stand to think these young women and that six-year-old girl have to endure this for nothing. has to be something. >> i think you take from it what michelle life said. people go through hard times and look what you're capable of. the fact she can smile again and laugh again and gina is playing in the pool. the human spurt -- spirit can bounce back from is amazing. >> major league baseball is reportedly considering slapping a bunch of players with punishments after a major steroids investigation. where does one of baseball's [ male announcer ] you'll never see weekday lunch the same again!
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embassies and consulate because of what it calls security concerns. we don't know which embassies or consulates they're talking about and the state department did not disclose whether it was related to any kind of terrorist threat. so we don't know very much but the news is just coming in, and as we learn more we'll pass it along. switching gears now in another controversial for major league baseball and it's threatening to engulf the highest paid player in the game's history. yankee superstar alex rodriguez. here's some video of a-rod working out at the yankees practice facility in tampa today. he is injured and trying to work his way back from an injury. the ap reporting that their sources indicate that major league baseball is threatening to ban him for life unless he agrees to a lengthy suspension. fox news not able to confirm that but the ap is saying that. espn also reporting that representatives for the three-time mvp are negotiating a possible settlement with the league.
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some kind of deal. fox news can't confirm that. but these reports are out there and this is all over the steroid scandal involving new the now closed antiaging clinic in florida, biogenesis. a-rod has earn more than $300 million over the course of his career and once seemed a candidate to become the next home run king. trace, a lifetime ban -- i guess that seems a little unlikely at this point if they're trying to work out a deal. >> for a couple of reasons. it's unclear if bud selig is actually on board with the lifetime ban, and, two, alex rodriguez could likely fight this in arbitration and win but those who are pushing for a lifetime ban said at least it would make a-rod defend himself and allow the evidence to come out. then after arbitration, alex rodriguez could then negotiate a
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suspension. here now is fox's ken rosenthal. >> baby has been aggressive on it in the minds of some too aggressive, going after some of these players, but that definitely the message sent, whether he is suspended for life or for 2014. either way, baseball is saying, enough is enough. >> we should note that a-rod has admitted using performance-enhancing drugs back in the early 2000s but denies the current allegations. >> is it not a young guy so a long suspension could mean the end of his playing days even without a lifetime ban. >> he is coming off two hip surgeries, not as nimble as he was, and even he admits he is no longer a spring chicken and if he does agree to a year-long suspension he would be 40 when he came back. that said he would love to reach 700 home runs, a very elite
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group and is also looking at 3,000 hits, 2,000 runs, 2,000 rbis, all big-time goals, and though he's made $300 million over his career he could still make tens of millions more. here's ken rosenthal. >> the penalties that are handed out are not taking contracts away. they're a 50 game suspensions, lifetime bans. so you forfeit the money during your suspension but he has a guaranteed contract. >> the names of the other players involved in this scandal could be out as early as tomorrow, rick. >> trace gallagher. how nice we talk about a guy 38 years old being over the hill. >> let's get more now on what is at stake for a-rod and the rest of the players in the scandal. david stone, former general legal counsel for the parent company of the new york yankeess. so someone once part of the
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yankees organization. what do you think the yankees are hoping for here? >> well, i kind of look at it like there's a game of chicken going on now between bud selig and major league baseball and a-rod, and the yankees are on the sidelines sort of, waving the flashing it's unlikely a-rod is not going to get suspended for at least a season, and given that fact, i think the yankees in my opinion, would be rooting for a longer suspension, rather than a shorter one, simply because they have huge contract that they have to pay to him, and they would not have to pay him during a suspension. >> do you think they're going through the contract right now and looking for an out? >> i think that if there is a substantial suspension here, that there is a potential that the yankees may be able to either get all the way out of the contract or certainly get some kind of a rebate on the contract based on his inability to perform. for a significant period.
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>> i read a piece last week that suspected the only way to clean up the game would be to punish teams the way that in college sports teams are punished when players screw up and championships are stripped of collegiate teams. if the yankees faced having some of their championship banners taken down as a result of harboring players like a-rod, do you think the sport would be cleaned up a little fast center. >> i -- cleaned up faster? >> you're right. you have to go after the teams. in a certain respects the players benefited the teams. the teams got the benefit but they're not being punished. only the players are being punished. the problem is proving the teams knew or had any legal liability for what these players were doing, and that seems to be a very hard thing to prove. >> well, we'll see what happens with off of this. david stone, former general counsel at thanks very much for coming in. >> thanks for having me. >> the irs has been battling
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accusations it inappropriately targeted certain groups based on the groups' political police officers now. lawmakers are investigating whether the irs shared confidential tax information with other agencies.
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>> house members investigating ther is' targeting of political groups are working to determine whether the agency inappropriately shared confidential tax information. house members report finding a series of e-mails and in them lois lerner, the head of the irs's division for tax exempt organizations, may have given confidential information on two conservative groups to an concern with the federal election commission. the fec is essentially in charge
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of enforcing federal campaign finance laws. irs has placed lerner on administrative leave after she refused to answer questions about targeting political groups at a house hearing in may. mike, what are the acting irs commissioner and lawmakers saying about the e-mails? >> members of congress think this may be scratching the surface in terms of what went on at the irs. kevin brady, texas rum run congressman, proves -- says the e-mails prove the administration wanted to harass conservatives. after today's hearing on capitol hill, the acting irs commissioner, danny werfel, didn't have much to say on the topic. >> i just went through three hours worth of questions. i'd rather spend more time. i just don't have the time to get into these issues. >> gnaw lawmakers are demand thing want all e-mails between
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the irs and the fec from 2008 to 2012. >> not the only topic of discussion on the hill. also the implementation or obamacare. >> that's right. the irs plays a key role in the implementation of obamacare. a question came um about why the union employees working at the irs are seeking an exemption from obama care when that agency plays such a critical role. >> why are your employees trying to exempt themselves from the very law you're to enforce? >> i can speak for myself. i prefer to stay withrrent polid with rather than go through a change if i don't need to go through the change. >> change is coming to the irs. president obama is nominateing a new irs commissioner. aides think he has the right
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this is "studio b." the national security agency leaker ed snowden has left an airport in moscow. the first time the fugitive has been outside the airport in morning -- more than a month. russia has granted him asylum for a year. he revealed how the u.s. government tracks people's phone calls and internet activity. russia does not have an intraextradigs -- extradition treaty. now some u.s. lawmakers calling it a slap in the face, and today snowden thanked russia for its decision and slammed the obama administration saying, quote, over the past eight weeks we have seen the obama administration show no respect for international or domestic law but in the end the law is winning. the chief correspondent jonathan
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hunt is here. >> according to reporting of reuters, a planned meeting next week again secretary of state john kerry and sect hagel and their counterparts are now up in the air, and there was also a summit planned between president obama and russian president putin. that was planned for september. jay carney at the white house, he white house press spokesman today said he tide not have a schedule update but said obviously this is not a positive and we are evaluating the utility of a summit. so, clearly, rick, this is now a diplomatic fight going on for some time. >> what happens with snowden? out of the airport. he has to take a shower. but now what? >> well, he is out of the airport, now he makes his home in russia, presumably somewhere
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near moscow, for the next year. he is, as a refugee, entitled to government housing but his lawyer says he could rent an apartment or stay in a hotel, if he can afford it. presumably he is getting a lot of donations. he has also on the table those asylum offers from venezuela and ecuador, although his father recommended he stay right where he is. >> i feel that russia has the strength and resolve and conviction to protect my son, to keep him out of the reach of those who would wish him harm. that's why, if it were me, would stay in russia and that's what i hope my son will do. >> the web site, wikileaks, run by julian assange, a man who him is taking refuse in the ecuadorian embassy in london, said they have aided and abetted ward snowden throughout this and
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tweeted today, quote, we would like to thank the russian people and all those others who helped protect mr. snowden. we have won the battle. now the war. and so it goes on, rick. >> thank you very much, jonathan. let's take this to the judge. andrew napolitano. always good to talk to you. >> good to be with you. >> i know your argument is we should be grateful to ed snowden for telling us of the most massive government orchestrated violation of the fourth named our history. >> we should be grateful. this caused a debate on the house of representatives over whether or not, in a free society, the people want, expect, or will permit the government to spy on everyone. we now know the government spies on everyone. last week we reported that the obama administration, through the nsa, asked internet service providers for our passwords and
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that didn't make the front pages but mr. snowden's behaviors hard to understand. what saved him is the adversary relationship we have with russia and the that -- fact we don't have an extradition treat. >> people say, read my boring e-mails, listen to my telephone calls. i if you can prevent another 9/11, don't care. >> a lot of people do believe that. unfortunately the constitution is their adversary because the constitution requires the government to go and get permission before reading somebody's e-mails and phone numbers. a lot love well-intended people are willing to sacrifice privacy, liberty, in return for what they believe is safety. unfortunately, once you give that up, it doesn't come back. if the nsa can do this now. when we are not engaged in any
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war, eye mean, there are people that want to kill us but we're not shooting at them. we're about to leave afghanistan and have left iraq. if the nsa can do this in relative peacetime they will continue to do it after the threat goes away and the fourth amendment will just be a piece of paper. >> let's si snowed comes back and is convicted. could this ever get to the supreme court? >> absolutely. that's a great question, rick, because he will make the following argument. i took two oaths. one to keep secret what the government shared with me. another, to preserve, protect, and defend the constitution. i couldn't do both. so, which oath did i follow? he'll say i followed the higher oath, the classic defense of a whistleblower. i did -- i followed the law by obeying the oath to preserve the constitution, by revealing violations of it. question: will a jury accept that? will a judge accept that? will the supreme court accept
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that? i think this case eventually gets gets gets to the supreme court. the government can rid literally kidnap him off the streets and bring him here and that would not interfere with hissing -- his prosecution here. they could intercept the plane if he flies to ecuador. >> judge, thank you, i always appreciated your insight. >> i have appreciated the time with you. guess back to when you were the fox news correspondent in london before johnny came here. before my hair was gray at all. you're a great, great news anchor, and the people of miami are fortunate to have you. >> thank you very much. >> there's another big scare. a company in kansas recalling 50,000 bounds of ground beef from all over the country because it may be contaminated
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with ecolow. the department -- e.coli. there are no reports of anybody getting sick but e.coli is a potentially deadly bacteria that can cause serious health problems, including kidney failure. this comes at the height of barbecue season and just days after health officials said the cop -- contaminated salad mixes may have gotten hundreds of people sick. how concerned should people be? >> routine sampling by the usda found this potentially dangerous forms of e.coli in a sample. the national beef packing company explains, quote, this recall is voluntary and there have been no reported illnesses related to the recall. we're working closely with authorities to investigate this matter, and are contacting our customers who have purchased this product. no reports so far of anyone getting sick, but health officials want to get this meat
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in question off of store shelfs and out of kitchens because of the potential to make people seriously ill if it's undercooked or improperly handled. >> what do we need to look out for as we go to the supermarket? >> the ground beef in question was packaged by this one company in kansas, national beef packing company, but it was packaged under three brand names, one of them being national beef, another nature source, and a third brand, nature well. all of these products are stamped with est208a on their usda mark of inspection. if you have any of these products in your kitchen, throw them out. but health experts say even ground meat, should be cooked to at least 160-degrees to kill germs and people should wash their hands before and after
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'handling raw meat. >> a battle of wills in the republican party, pitting two possible presidential contenders against one another. senator rand paul are calling the judge good chris christie though, quote, king of bacon. now he is trying to smooth things over with some beer. is christie biased? don't go away.
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>> italy's high court has upheld the prison system for the former premiere, silvio berlusconi. still, he is up likely to spend any time behind bars. he was convicted of tax fraud and sentenced to four years but experts say he will probably
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serve under house arrest. berlusconi has appealed his recent convictions of paying for sex with an underaged hooker and abusing his power by covering it up. she was part of parties in which strippers dressed up as nuns and even apparently as president obama. hmm. >> if this is a preview, this next story, of the 2016 presidential race we're in for a real show. over the last week the governor of new jersey, chris christie, and the kentucky senator, rand paul, have been in a war of words and political analysts say it is noteworthy because both men may or may not be possible presidential contenders, and they represent two distinctly different wings within the g.o.p. the fight for christie criticized libertarian
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members of the republican party when it came to security. and governor paul said christie was looking for handouts after superstorm sandy and things got ugly. senator paul calling the governor the king of bacon, a reference to government pork. the pundits jumped all over the possible double meaning, andess, senator paul tried to bury the hatchet. >> we're going to have to patch things up, and if we can sit down, i'm inviting him for a beer anytime he would like to come down and sit down at the pub around the corner from the senate. >> doesn't look like that summit is going to happen anytime soon. governor christie seems to be brushing off the offer, saying in radio interview he has, quote, work to do. here with me now, jedidiah beeler. what ever happened to reagans' rule that republicans should not criticize fellow republicans.
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>> i want to be a disciplinarian and say, stop behaving like you're on a playground. i do like dissent. we're all still individuals. like the individuals in the party who disagree and say, here's where i stand on the issue, to challenge each other. that will make for a better party, makes for a better primary, better election. with that being said, remove the personal attacks. once you get involved in personal attacks is scars the party and certainly scars you as a potential candidate and makes you look like a baby. >> y is the future of the republican party? with the libertarians like rand paul? with more moderates who are willing to reach across the aisle and even hug a democratic president like chris christie? >> i think the libertarian wing is getting stronger and that's due to young people. these privacy issues,
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particularly the nsa, these are very sensitive issues for young people pause this is a digital age. they're plugged into facebook and twitter and it's important to have their civil liberties protect so you have to look at young people who will be running the country. i think that libertarian branch is going to get stronger but will face some resays stance, particularly on national security issues. folks like john mccain who take issue with the libertarian wing of the party rand paul's sentence on national security issues, but just because it's a battle doesn't mean it's unhealthy. having these people sort of engage and tell us what they stand for, challenge each other, and force voters to think about would we stand on these issues will ultimately make for a healthier g.o.p. >> what about the evangelicals? do they speak for them? >> potentially. ran paul is a limited government guy across the board, so when its comes to any issue he is
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going to say i want to prevent federal overreach. i want the government to be in its proper place and not infringe on your rights. that should be something, no matter where you stan on the political spectrum personally, you should be able to get behind if you're a government constitutional list. i think chris christie has a really interesting dynamic. he is a gutsy guy. if the party is looking for someone who well till you what he thinks regardless of the consequences, that's very appealing because we had a mitt romney and a john mccain the last two rounds who many conservatives felt were too passive and weren't willing to fight. i think the good news is that both of thieves guys in addition to ted cruz and marco rubio -- they're fighteres. we have a lot of fighters to choose from, and so what if they test -- disagree? >> let's sit down and have a beer. i can't understand why -- somebody offersers to page takee out for a beer, i'm going.
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these are stupid, dumb pins that people who aren't even thinking just use that. if you use that and some idiot thief gets ahold of your wallet they can steal your pin and money. the most unusual, least used four digit code is 8068. everybody nows about it now. >> i'm writing that down. they also tell you don't use your birth date. >> enemy rise it. do -- memorize it. some people, you go to their office and look on their bullet -- bulletin board and there's the numbers. don't use the predictable patterns. don't use your name. and be also more creative. try something that is
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unexpected, and doesn't really relate to anything at all. that's my advice. that's the right thing to do. >> i can't keep all of these things straight in my head and i don't know about jonathan but i get so annoyed -- i log on to the computers here at fox and every day they tell me my password is got to expired. i'm like, i'm tapped out. i can't come up with anymore passwords. >> you have 320 children. >> i do not. >> almost. >> okay, what are we doing here? >> be right back.
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>> welcome back to "studio b." hijacking the show from rick because i have some very sad and yet very exciting news to share. he is leaving us, and another of our great anchors has something to say about that. here shep.
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>> shepard: rick has been here since the lights came on at the fox news channel. a consummate professional. that guy everybody in the building likes, doesn't make mistakes, doesn't take himself seriously, he is great at what hes to, and miami's gain is our loss. rick is taking a job in miami, as the main anchor at a local station. we're going to miss him. ill know our viewers will and we'll wish him all the best after 16 years at fox news channel, he and his huge family are moving to the friendly confines of south florida. best of luck, and save us a seat on the beach, would you? >> rick, we are really going to miss you. everybody here loves you. my producer used to work with you on certain days. everytime i'd come back she said, you could learn so much from rick. he is the nicest map in the world. >> very sweet. thank you to shepard for the lovely words. i'm going to his old stomping grounds in south florida.
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>> so, we have something we need you to see here, rick, look at this. >> my goodness. >> look at rick. 19. -- 1996. >> that's in brussels at nato headquarters. this place has been so good to me and the people that run fox news have treated my family and me so well, and i'm so grateful to everybody here for -- just a wonderful, wonderful time, and i might be leaving -- >> was that a compute center. >> i don't know. this place will be in the blood. always going to be part of who i am, the people that folks get to watch on tv and most importantly the people who are behind the scenes that really make this place work. >> we will never forget you. we will always stay in touch with and you -- with you and everybody loves you, the very best of luck.
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>> thank you. >> i'm in for shepard smith itch have one more show to do tomorrow morning from 9 to 11. that's it for "studio b." >> good luck, rick, we'll miss you. in the meantime, of live branch snapped. rand paul snubbed. beer summit, off, and all started here. >> neil: welcome. this is "your world." moments from marco rubio here to weigh in on the republican, i guess you can call it, brouhaha captivating the nation and first foaming here. >> we have to patch things up. if we can sit down, i'm inviting him for a beer, anytime he would like to come down and sit down at the pub around the corner from the senate. >> neil: have you heard anything on the invite? >> excuse me?

Studio B With Shepard Smith
FOX News August 1, 2013 12:00pm-1:01pm PDT

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